Clyde Terminal Conversion Project
Since the decision to cease refining and convert to an efficient import terminal, the Clyde Terminal does not receive nor refine Crude Oil but continues to receive, store and distribute finished fuel products.
The Clyde Terminal Conversion Project aims to:
- demolish and remove redundant refining infrastructure;
- improve the efficiency of the Clyde Terminal by upgrading existing facilities and structures; and
- improve the environmental and operational performance of the Clyde Terminal.
Download the Clyde Terminal Conversion Project fact sheet (PDF 2.6MB)
Download the Clyde Terminal Conversion Project Stack Demolition Factsheet (PDF 791.8KB)
The Clyde Terminal Conversion Project is classified as a State Significant Development (SSD). Viva Energy has recently received approval from the Planning Assessment Commission for the project.
You can view the project approvals and conditions of consent below or at the Planning Assessment Commission website
Environmental Impact Statement
The Development Application to undertake the Clyde Terminal Conversion Project was accompanied by an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). Significant consultation with the community, State and local government and regulators was undertaken during development of the EIS.
The EIS was prepared by independent health, risk, environmental and other technical and industry experts.
You can view the EIS below or at the NSW Department of Planning & Environment website:
The SSD has been recently modified to allow for six additional assets to be demolished, the retention of two storage tanks initially nominated for demolition, and general updates of the development consent. The Modification Application was accompanied by Modification Assessments. Consultation with State and local government and regulators was undertaken during development of the Modification Assessments.
The Modification Assessments were prepared by independent risk, environmental and other technical and industry experts.
You can view the Modification Assessments below or at the NSW Department of Planning and Environment website.
Project Management Plans
The work to demolish the redundant refining infrastructure commenced first. To manage our work and minimise impacts to the community and the environment, a number of management plans have been developed for the project.
Annual Environmental Performance Review
EPBC Annual Report